MU Legend Reveals World Maps and Dungeon System

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WEBZEN, a global developer and publisher of free-to-play games, has today revealed all world maps for upcoming MMO MU Legend along with the full list of dungeons that will be available for the November 7th OBT release.

The last player invasion of the MU Legend universe occurred during the stress test on September 23rd. At the time, in order gather as much technical data as possible, only part of the MU continent was made available. Even with this restriction, thousands of fans have expressed their deep enthusiasm for the game after taking part in the test.

With the OBT release, players will have access to the entirety of MU Legend’s world maps.

Adventuring in a new MMO ARPG world is part of the magic of gaming, and MU Legend’s immense continent will be sure to satisfy even the most adventurous explorers.
To prepare every player, MU Legend’s website now features a set of guides dedicated to the world’s regions and landscapes. Thus, exploration will lead players through three huge territories: “Enova“, “Duelden“, “Litenberg” and the big merchant city of “Ordhor“.

MU Legend, being the prequel of MU Online, brings a new twist to well-known elements of the franchise. The MU Legend team commented:

“In essence, we wanted MU Legend to embody the iconic legacy and epic lands of the MU franchise. Therefore, some place names will surely trigger beloved memories in any MU veteran: Devias, a big city in MU Online, is only an outpost in MU Legend. In this way, fans can truly witness the evolution of the MU universe!”

Additional territories will be revealed in future expansions, as players level up and progress through the game. Of course, fans will be happy to hear that further territory expansions will be provided absolutely free of charge.
Among the new guides released today, one of them will no doubt be of particularly high interest to players: The dungeon guide. A previous Gaming 101 article posted by the MU Legend team describes the dungeon system of the game. The dungeon guide added on the MU Legend website today gives an in-depth breakdown of the core mechanics themselves.

Dennis Czybulka, COO at WEBZEN Dublin, enthusiastically commented:

“I can tell that, from the casual player to the most avid fan of ‘dungeon crawling’ (I confess that I am one myself), all will be delighted to get their hands on the dungeon guide.
In this guide, for example, you will learn that there is not only one category of dungeons, but plenty! And the beauty of it is, they cover everything that players expect: Treasure hunting, Mythic mode, big challenges, group dungeon expeditions and, of course, leveling.  
Party leaders will certainly have this specific guide open as a tool of knowledge while they organize their troop before attempting a dungeon expedition.”

The dungeon guide is a must-read for any MU Legend player. Its content is so thorough that the most famous dungeons (Blood CastleEndless TowerLupa’s Labyrinth, etc.) all have guides of their own. 

To learn more about MU Legend and pre-download the game, visit: http://muLegend.webzen.com/en.

Players are also invited to discuss the game and join the official Facebook community at: http://facebook.com/MULegendGlobal.

About MU Legend

MU Legend is the highly anticipated action MMO and follow-up to MU Online. It features fluid and stunning hack ‘n’ slash combat, content that caters to both solo and party play, and a deep and intriguing world that will satisfy new players and fans alike. Players can choose from four distinct classes – Dark LordWhispererBlader and War Mage – and engage in the endless battle between the world of MU and Pandemonium. MU Legend offers spectacular visuals that will run on lower-end systems and boasts detailed art design with stunning effects.

 

About Tiffany "CeissaDesiste" Toms

.Long time female gamer who has been playing all genres since the Atari 2600 and Commodore 64 days. Freelance Graphic Artist, Web Designer, Beta Tester, and studied one year of Game Design. I play games on PC, PS4, PS3, Wii, Wii U, Nintendo Switch, 3DS, Xbox 360, PSVita, and Android.

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